Younes Kaboul says he has no regrets about his move to Tottenham after going stale at Auxerre.
The young Frenchman left Auxerre for Spurs in the summer and he has impressed for Martin Jol's side.
Despite Tottenham's poor start to the season, Kaboul is happy he made the switch to England after admitting he lost heart during the end of his time at Auxerre.
Stagnated"At the end of my Auxerre stay, I admit I was not concerned anymore," Kaboul told L'Equipe.
"I wanted to know something new. I stagnated. I was lost, absolutely not involved anymore.
"I was upset by everything. But I didn't get mad. I waited for the end of the season, and I did everything to go where I wanted to go."
Right pathThe French Under 21 captain is happy with life at White Hart Lane and is confident Spurs have overcome their difficult start to the campaign.
"I believe we are on the right path with Tottenham now.
"It starts to work fine. We improve. One thing is for sure, I don't regret my choice.
"I have fun. I have found what I was looking for."
Kaboul also insists he does not feel any extra pressure because of the amount of money Tottenham paid to secure his signature.
Spurs are reported to have spent a fee in the region of £8million for the central defender, but Kaboul is unfazed by the price-tag.
"I don't think about that fee. That doesn't put me under additional pressure," concluded Kaboul.